Colorado Rec Center Mulls Policy for Contract Workers

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The Sterling (Colo.) Parks, Library and Recreation Board is mulling whether to allow people to use the Sterling Recreation Center as a site for teaching swim lessons and for other activities like personal training. 

PLR director Wade Gandee told the Sterling Journal-Advocate that such an arrangement would necessitate a contract of some sort between PLR and the person conducting the activities on Sterling property. 

Gandee said the Sterling Rec Center has seen people teach swimming lessons and offer training on the fitness equipment in the past, but he's since reconsidered the city's approach to such arrangements. 

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